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Why and How Pet Bird Owners Should Choose an Air Purifier

Posted on November 30, 2017
Anybody who keeps one or more pet birds in their home will tell you about how such small, innocuous pets can be remarkably high maintenance, especially when it comes to keeping the environment sanitary. However, while most good bird owners take every precaution to ensure that their birds cannot spre...

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Research EN1822

Posted on November 21, 2017
EN1822 European Standard for HEPA & ULPA Filters Procedure • On a flat sheet of media, the MPPS is determined for the given media velocity. This can be done with a laser spectrometer or a combination of electrostatic classifier and CNC (Condensed Nucleus Counter). • The filter is a...

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Maximising Your Home Protection Against Hay Fever With Air Purifiers

Posted on February 17, 2017
Few countries have an allergy season quite as merciless as Australia's. The transition from winter to summer can be a hellish one for hay fever sufferers, as sprouting plants and flowers release their allergenic loads of pollen into the atmosphere. As such, hay fever sufferers should take every pr...

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Blueair offers lifeline to people who discover they are allergic to their pet

Posted on January 24, 2017
Keeping a dog, cat or another animal as a pet is common in many countries around the world. Many millions of women, men and children view their pet as an integral member of the family, valuing the companionship a furry friend can bring, despite the time the animal consumes, the money it costs to pro...

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4 Asthma Triggers an Air Purifier Can Help You Avoid

Posted on January 17, 2017
Over 2.3 million Australians suffer from asthma, and of those, nearly 40,000 are hospitalised for their condition every year. Despite this, however, only 20% of asthma sufferers have steps in place to prevent a flare-up of their condition. Installing an air purifier in your home is one such step tha...

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3 Reasons for Poor Air Quality in Nursing Homes and How Air Purifiers Can Help

Posted on January 17, 2017
According to a 2015 study published in the European Respiratory Journal, living in a nursing home is a direct cause of poor lung function, breathlessness and wheezing, especially among residents aged over 80. Elderly nursing home residents are particularly vulnerable to indoor air pollutants, as the...

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AIR PURIFIERS HUGE GROWTH IN POPULARITY WORLDWIDE

Posted on December 5, 2016
The Global Air Purifiers Market is Projected to Cross $ 59 Billion by 2021 Being categorized a luxury product a few years back, air purifiers are fast emerging as a necessity product across the globe, especially in developed economies. With increasing industrialization and expanding vehicle fleet, ...

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World air quality worsening

Posted on November 2, 2016
World air quality worsening - Global Air Purifiers Market Projections expand to $59 Billion by 2021 Being categorized a luxury product a few years back, air purifiers are fast emerging as a necessity product across the globe, especially in developed economies. With increasing industrialization and ...

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Noise Levels - how loud is loud?

Posted on June 3, 2016
dBA Example Home & Yard Appliances Workshop & Construction 0 healthy hearing threshold 10 a pin dropping 20 rustling leaves 30 whisper 40 babbling brook computer 50 light traffic refrigerator 60 conversational speech a...

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How big is a Particle in the air?

Posted on May 2, 2016
Particle Particle Size(microns) Anthrax 1 - 5 Antiperspirant 6 - 10 Asbestos(asbestos particles travel in air like ‘javelins’, so filtration is more a function of their fibre diameter, as opposed to their aerodynamic diameter (tumbling diameter). 0.1 - 1...

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Every Breath We Take - latest study by Royal College of Physicians

Posted on February 25, 2016
Cradle to grave health dangers posed by polluted air at home and work are now beyond doubt says Blueair CEO as new evidence emerges in landmark UK study Blueair AB - Feb 24, 2016 06:48 GMT Stockholm, Sweden, February 24, 2016 – Blueair CEO Bengt Rittri today said the health dangers posed ...

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Do You Live Near Australia's Most Polluted Cities?

Posted on February 23, 2016
When you think of the great outdoors, you may think about beautiful trees and clean, pure air. Your parents may have encouraged you to spend more time outside to enjoy the fresh air, and you subsequently may tell your children to do the same. But before you feel too nostalgic about sunny-day advent...

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4 Techniques to Make Your Office a Healthier Place

Posted on February 23, 2016
As a business owner, you recognise the important role your employees perform every day. They ensure your products ship on time. They meet with many of your clients and provide down-to-earth customer service. Without your employees, you wouldn’t have a successful company. Naturally, you want t...

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Asthma sufferers more prone to other respiratory ailments

Posted on January 18, 2016
Source: Roy Morgan Research. Affecting 11% of the adult population (or 2 million people), asthma is one of the more prevalent lung/breathing conditions in Australia, third only to hay fever (26%) and snoring (19%). Between October 2014 and September 2015, more than half (51%) of Aussie adults with a...

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5 Ways to Fight Colds and Flu

Posted on December 7, 2015
If you were like 90,000 other adults this year, you may have caught the flu during the last few months. Your symptoms started with a mild dry cough, a headache or pain and tiredness around your eyes. But as your illness progressed, you developed a fever and severe muscle aches. Not long later,...

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Six Surprising Contributors to Your Poor Indoor Air Quality

Posted on December 7, 2015
Indoor air pollutants can have sort-term or long-term effects on health. The pollutants may cause symptoms as simple as a throat irritation or as damaging as a respiratory disease. In severe cases, indoor pollutants may cause pneumonia, heart disease and even cancer. Of course, serious illness...

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The Benefits of Office Air Cleaners

Posted on December 7, 2015
You take many steps to keep your employees content. You offer holidays off, you plan company parties and events and you keep the break room well-stocked with snacks. But one way to improve employee satisfaction is to maintain a clean, healthy office environment. When you invest in office air cleane...

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Melbourne’s Plane Trees plainly a hazard

Posted on December 4, 2015
The City of Melbourne and the inner suburbs plane trees are adding to this season’s allergy and respiratory conditions. The trees not only give off pollens but also minute, hairy fibres which can lodge in the airway, irritate eyes and exacerbate hayfever symptoms. They are known as trichome fi...

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4 Amazing Newborn Essentials

Posted on October 22, 2015
4 Amazing Newborn Essentials As an expectant mother, you've probably heard more than your fair share of advice from helpful parents, friends and relatives. For example, your mother-in-law may insist that you breastfeed. Or your cousin might recommend napping whenever your baby does. But as yo...

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How Allergies Affect Your Mood: Lifestyle Tips for a Happier Spring

Posted on October 7, 2015
You love the growth and renewal that comes with spring. Flowers bloom and trees blossom. And with this growth comes pollen-and lots of it. So it's no wonder that when spring arrives, you start to feel more tired, ill and even irritable. Pollen fills the air and your lungs, and makes it difficult fo...

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Tailpipe Emissions – how deadly?

Posted on October 5, 2015
Independent testing by Transport and Environment, a Brussels based advocacy group, shows that cars are failing to meet emissions rules in real driving situations. The Volkswagen scandal has raised concern amongst regulators that their tests are ineffective and so new testing is being devised involvi...

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How to Reduce Pet Allergies with Air Purification

Posted on August 13, 2015
It is a common misconception that pet allergies come from pet hair. In fact, most allergies originate from pet dander, or the dead skin cells of the animal which occur when the animal licks itself and the dried saliva disintegrates into microscopic particles which are breathable. Even though heavier...

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Cleaner Air "adds Months to Life"

Posted on July 9, 2014
Studies have found poor air quality can worsen lung and heart disease. The research focused on "PM 2.5" pollution - which measured levels of tiny particles with a diameter one-twentieth of the width of a human hair. These fine particles can travel deeply into the lungs, and have been linked with t...

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Poor air quality is linked to breast cancer

Posted on July 9, 2014
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2013: US Study finds link between air pollution and autism

Posted on July 9, 2014
Harvard University experts have found that pregnant women exposed to high levels of air pollution are twice as likely to have a child with autism. The findings are published in Environmental Health Persectives journal. It found that women exposed to high levels of deisel particulates or mercury had ...

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2013: Danish Cancer Society Research Centre - air pollution as bad as smoking

Posted on July 9, 2014
A new study has found even low level exposure to traffic fumes can increase the risk of cancer. 313,000 people were measured with their local pollution levels and cancer rates over 9 European countries. Over a 13 year follow up period, 2095 of these developed lung cancer. The chances of cancer incre...

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2013: The typical home burning natural gas produces more indoor pollution than any other source

Posted on July 9, 2014
http://www.gascape.org/Gas%20Em.html...

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2013 : Particles pollution triggers AMA warning

Posted on July 9, 2014
Article Found Here...

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2013 WHO study: Newly found effects of air pollution on health

Posted on July 9, 2014
http://www.euro.who.int/en/what-we-publish/information-for-the-media/sections/latest-press-releases/newly-found-health-effects-of-air-pollution-call-for-stronger-european-union-air-policies...

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Health Effects Institute, Boston

Posted on July 9, 2014
New HEI Report on Exposure to Traffic finds evidence of health effects in children near major roads Learn more at www.healtheffects.org...

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Office Study - Vortex 2500

Posted on July 9, 2014
Sick Days reduced by 61%...

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Office Study - BLUEAIR

Posted on July 9, 2014
Workers' Health Issues JUNE 2012...

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Chemicals linked to Asthma

Posted on July 9, 2014
USA Study Nurses working with Cleaning Chemicals...

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